A Tikkun International® report
by Tents of Mercy, Revive Israel & Restoration from Zion

January 2015 Vol 24, No 1
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  Daniel Juster: Delicious Diversity A parable: The town required that each restaurant offer excellent quality food and a large variety of menu items that were authentic or indigenous to an ethnic group or country.

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  Eitan Shishkoff: Take my blessing, I have enough On my knees, I asked forgiveness for our Jewish pride, for intentionally or unintentionally insulting them by projecting a superiority of ownership ... we are God's chosen sons and daughters, with a place in His heart that no one can take from us.
 
  Eitan Shishkoff: Sowing into the Harvest We can see God's involvement clearly changing the hearts of teens. At the end of every conference we devote time to testimonies, and then we hear them telling how God touched their hearts ...
 
  Guy Cohen: The Dream and the Tears How we saw the footsteps of the Messiah, how we heard the call of the Shofar ...
 
  Asher Intrater: Teamwork Leadership ... our weaknesses - were what enabled the pieces to fit together. The key to forming a whole picture is for each one to recognize his need for the other. We can allow our weaknesses to pull us together, where often our strengths push us apart.

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